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in cleveland. he had some kind of health issue on a flight headed to cleveland, according to jackie mayo, the public information officer for cleveland hopkins international airport. the former president transferred to the hospital at 11:30 a.m. after ems met the former president's plane upon arrival. president jimmy carter, in the hospital now in cleveland. we are trying to develop more information on this. get the facts, and we will gather them and come right back to you after this. th. tow and pull without getting stuck month. sweat every day to make an honest buck...month. and if you're gonna try and do this in anything other than a chevy... well, good luck...month. great deals on the complete family of chevy trucks all backed for a hundred thousand miles. it's truck month. now, during truck month, get 0% apr financing on all trucks and full-size suvs like this 2011 silverado. see your local chevrolet dealer. [ male announcer ] there is nothing more profound than hope. it is the promise that compels us to make the journey from wonder to discovery. the science of chemistry, our guide.
now former president jimmy carter is still at a cleveland hospital, enclose doctors say it is purely precaution year. president carter began experiencing stomach pains when he was flying to cleveland to promote his new book yesterday. today he is expected to be here in washington a hold a book signing at politics and pros. >>> barack obama will wrap up his four state campaign today. he will hold a backyard discussion with voters in des moinesiowa this morng before going to richmond, virginia. democrats are idanger of losing control of the house and senate. tracie potts is live on capitol hill with the details. good morning. >> reporter: democrats say buck up. he's trying to reenergize the party with political tough love. >> i don't know abo you, but i'm fired up. >> reporter: president obama is telling democrats ignore polls and pundits. >> we cannot sit this one out. we can't let this country fall backwards because the rest of us didn't re enough to fight. >> reporter: in interviews, he's even tougher. he told rolling store democrats sitting on their hands complaining are irresponsi
president is hospitalized in cleveland. also this hour, with the election only 35 days from now, the white house is taking on its own base. the president today trying to rally students at the university of wisconsin in madison saying it is irresponsible to sit out the election. the "wall street journal" poll shows 70% of those questioned do not feel that the recession is over even though economists say it is. what does it mean for the approximate the and the party in power? bo biden and education nation. fixing america's broken system. what works and what doesn't? are we at a tipping point for reform? the man who coined the phrase wait for example super man. and the reverend al sharpton on the role the communities must play. from the top-ranked nation of education, the director general. i'm andrea mitchell live in new york. we will track all of the information on former president jimmy carter's condition when we get it. president obama is trying to fire up the base. the democratic base in wisconsin. a new rolling stone interview details frustration towards democrats. they are sitting on th
of blocking him in the house. this took place in cleveland. this is 50 minutes. [applause] >> thank you very much everybody. it had a secret we have business to do today. thank you very much i love you back, thank you. before i get started, i want to just acknowledge some outstanding public servants who are here. one of the finest governors and this country, ted strickland. [applause] the lieutenant governor and soon-to-be junior senator from the great state of ohio, lee fisher is here. [applause] i used to hear that line about the senator from illinois. that would be made. [laughter] outstanding mayor of cleveland, frank jackson is here. [applause] the mayor of parma. [applause] somebody who is fighting for work and families every single day, the sheriff. [applause] 3 of the hardest working and finest members of the house of representatives, dennis kucinich [applause] marcia birch, and john burterri. good afternoon, everybody is good to be back in ohio. her you know, in the fall of 2008, one of the last rallies of my presidential campaign was right here, in the cleveland area. [applause] it
and anquan bolden is playing great. come on. against the cleveland browns, ray rice, 22-yard scamper here but we're still trying to find out about ray's knee. joe flacco, hooks up with anquan bolden for a 13-yard t.d. we'll see more from q in a minute. >>> payton hillis pounds it into the end zone to bring cleveland within four at the half. in the fourth quarter, seneca wallace to benjamin watson. that's a browns touchdown. cleveland takes the lead 17-14. joe, you got to win this out for it. joe lost one. high and deep! a 28-yard touchdown pass to anquan bolden. bolden had three t.d. catches on the game and ravens win 24-17. and the ravens go to pittsburgh, coming up. >>> we were on the schedule at the very beginning, followed the project every step of the way. we were there at the finish line. it's been more than two months since "extreme makeover: home edition" took over fleetwood avenue in baltimore to build the new home for boys hope girls hope. >> we didn't get to see the inside until halftime -- last night. >> reporter: some of us can change a light bulb or squash a stink bug but al
the night in a cleveland, ohio, hospital with an upset stomach. medical officials say the decision to admit him was purely precautionary, and carter, who received a call from president oba, was fully alert and resting comfortay. >>> an appeals court is allowing funding of embryonic stem cell research to continue pending a full appeal. yesterday the obama administration was handed a victory regarding t funding. >>> tomorrow's scheduled execution for albert brown was put on hold to determine whether the state's new injection procedures removed a prolonged and painful death. this could prevent further executions in california until early next year due to nationwide sortages of a key drug needed for injections. >>> in co llombia, spectators jumped into a bull ring and several peopleere georged by the bull. >> and now here's a look at how wall street will kick off the day. the dow take a look at overseas trading in tokyo, the nikkei add 63 points while the hang seng climbed 268. >>> wall street was off to a rocky start, but a laterally helped wall street close mostly higher yesterday. there was
gets old with ray lewis. cleveland browns in town, first quarter, ray rice, nice run, 22 yards but he injured his knee. we'll find out how serious it is today. joe flacco hooks up with anquan bolden, 1-yard touchdown, ravens -- 13-yard touchdown. the winless browns made the ravens sweat this out, just before the half payton hillis pounds it into the end zone to bring cleveland within four at the half. fourth quarter now, seneca balance -- wallace to benjamin watson. cleveland takes the lead? what? all right. joe, you got to win this for us. with an all-out blitz joe, one high and deep, 28-yard touchdown pass to bolden. bolden, three scores on the day from joe flacco. ravens win this one 24-17 and it's sunday in pittsburgh. sunday in pittsburgh. >> sunday in pittsburgh? >> yes. >>> 6:51 now. comcast ceo steve burke has been named to succeed jeff zucker as head of nbc universal. he takes over comcast and completes the deal with ge which currently owns nbc. the company says burke will work with zucker during the transition. the 52-year-old burke first joined comcast in 1998 as president
happened to a former president today? he was on a flight heading to cleveland. >>> first a look at closing numbers from wall street. dow gained 46 points and the nasdaq rose 9. >>> they call proposition 24 a job tax. it will tax california businesses for creating new jobs. >> former president jimmy carter is resting comfortably in a cleveland hospital tonight. he developed an upset stomach on a flight from atlanta to cleveland. carter's grandson said the 85- year-old former president is doing fine and there is no cause for concern for his long you have term health. he has been in the midst of a tour promoting his latest book. >>> ole moe park is closed due to the heat and fire damage. no public access is allowed. the park could open by tomorrow but it could also remain closed if the usual number of firefighters on duty have been spent somewhere else. >>> more now on our hot weather and when we might get some relief. let's go back to bill. >> we have seen the records today. it was the hottest day of the week. if you were outside in the santa clara valley today the air quality was bad. downt
illinois. that would be me. outstanding mayor of cleveland, frank jackson is here. the mayor of parma. somebody is fighting for work and families each and every day, senator sharon brown is here. and three of the hardest working and finest members of the house of representatives dennis kusinic, marsha and john. good afternoon, everybody. it is good to be back in ohio. in 2008, one of my last rallies in my presidential campaign was right here in the cleveland area. it was a hopeful time. just two days before the election. and we knew that if we pulled it off, we'd finally have the chance to tackle some big and difficult challenges that had been facing this country for a very long time. we also hoped for a chance to get beyond some of the old political divides between democrats and republicans, red states and blue states that had prevented us from making progress. because asç though we are prou to be democrats, we are prouder to be americans. and we believe -- and we believed then and we believe now that no singer party has a monopoly on wisdom. now, that's not to say the election did
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homes to be set aflame is unbelievable. >>> also, the president is bound for cleveland today. he is preparing to announce his $350 billion plan to get comet rolling again. the swhous avoiding using words stimulus. republicans say it's not enough. and there's a live report from cnn's ed henry following the president in ohio. >>> and the am blog up is and running this morning. >>> so we're hearing from the person that is behind the mosque that is set to be built behind ground zero. the imam says the project will go forward. >>' dresses t he addresses the debate saying "i imvery sensitive to the feelings of the families of victims of 9/11 as are my fellow leaders of many faiths. we will accordingly seek the support of those families and the support of our vibrant neighborhood as we consider the ultimate plans for the community center. our objective has always been to make this a center for unification and healing." the imam just returned from a trip to the middle east promoting u.s.-muslim relations. >> reporter: you never heard him speak, this is what the imam has to say. >> the ma
appeared in cleveland a couple of weeks ago calling on the president to fire his entire economic team. >> a few weeks ago, the republican leader of the house came here to cleveland and offered his party's answer to our economic challenges. there were no new policies for mr. boehner. there were no new ideas. there was just the same philosophy that we had already tried during the decade that they were in power. the same philosophy that led to this mess in the first place. >> and in to the politics of the speech, the president used congressman boehner's name over and over again using him as a punching bag, really, using his name no less than seven times during the speech. >> when these same republicans, including mr. boehner, were in charge, the number of ear marks and pet projects went up. not down. there were no new policies for mr. boehner. mr. boehner so far said no to infrastructure. mr. boehner and the republicans in congress said no. when mr. boehner was here in cleveland, he attacked us -- >> let me be clear to mr. boehner and everybody else -- i'll bet this seems like common sen
ability to improve the economy. when air force one touches down in can cleveland, ohio, tomorrow, the president will be arriving in a state that continues to suffer. a borders in cleveland just announced it will close. near cincinnati, comair announced it will cut half its planes over two years, with more layoffs to come. there is anger and frustration here. >> i wish the president would create more jobs here in ohio. >> president obama is doing a terrible job at handling the economy. >> reporter: sentiments held nationally. according to the new abc news a record 57% of the public disapprove of the president's handling of the economy. for the first time, more say the president's policies have made the economy worse than better. hoping to combat that impression, the president in cleveland tomorrow will propose more ways to encourage economic growth. allowing businesses to write off 100% of their new investments in plants and equipment. permanently extending a research tax credit. on top of a $50 billion investment in more inf infrastructure. >> i don't think this is going to add u
'll head to wisconsin today to give a speech about the economy. on wednesday he'll visit cleveland where he'll announce new steps to help small businesses. all along the way, the president will also try to shore up support for democrats ahead of midterm elections. >> are we enthused? >> reporter: first-term incumbent jerry conley of virginia is one democrat hoping to hang on his seat. >> they get the threat. they understand there's understandable anxiety in the country given the state of the economy, but they're prepared going into battle. >> reporter: president obama has much at stake. not only does he risk losing his party's majority in congress this fall, his chances of re-election could get hurt. >> from a republican point of view, we need to bring checks and balances, tell the american people if we get back if control, we're going to check this obama agenda that has no limits. >> reporter: the latest gallup poll has troubling news for democrats. republicans have a ten-point lead and democratic voters may be in danger of dragging their feet. with twice as many republicans saying they're
on the road today to cleveland. three new ideas and a line in the sand on the bush tax cuts for the wealthy americans. mike, this choice of cleveland was no accident. it is where majority leader john boehner gave his speech a couple weeks ago, and the white house wants us all to draw the comparison, right? >> reporter: i think the biggest surprise for john boehner and a lot of us is he tried to pick a fight with the president when the president was at martha's vip-yard. he was calling for the president to fire or get rid of his economic time. pick that fight and the white house thinks they can enjoy a good comparison there and think it is favorable, although a lot of people may look at it as punching down at john boehner, the man who would be speaker now. and more people think he has a better chance of doing that. the president travels to cleveland today. this is of course economy week. he started on monday in milwaukee, that big political stemliner of a speech to a very friendly union audience where he put forth the usual transportation bill with $50 billion right up front for hard project
the president chose cleveland as the site of his speech because it was there a few weeks ago house republican leader john boehner attacked the obama economic program. when the president got to cleveland, he fired back. it was a strikingly personal address with the president saying his vision of america came from his own family's work ethic, but will likely go down as one of the most stridently political addresses of the obama presidency. >> it's still fear versus hope. the past versus the future. it's still a choice between sliding backwards and moving forward. that's what this election's about. that's the choice that you will face in november. >> reporter: the president named the house republican leader eight times in his speech. it was return fire for a gop leader who's repeatedly put the president in his own sights. the president came with a new plan, new tax breaks for businesses and $50 billion for new infrastructure spending. and he came with an assault on the republican credo, calling it tax cuts for millionaires and billionaires. he also came with a direct appea
, at the president in cleveland, ohio. he is there talking to some people. you know, we're going to bring you that speech when he makes it a little later on. and gloria, we'll keep talking about this. i have to say, while you're still in the shadow of cincinnati, you know, like new york has its bagels and philly has its cheesesteaks, cincinnati chile has got to be one of my favorite foods. >> you know, we passed a cincinnati chili place, and we stopped, because a little bit of the diet. maybe we'll get back there later tonight. >> yeah, i like the idea of two of my favorite foods being put together, chili and spaghetti and tomatoes. gloria, good to see you. we will talk later on in the show. gloria borger, our senior political analyst, coming to kentucky, right across the river from cincinnati much angelina jolie, touring the flood-ravageded pakistan. her exclusive interview with sanjay gupta, next. i can take one airline out... and another home. so with more flight options, i can find the combination that gets me there and back quickest. where you book matters. expedia. 48 man and woman: ♪
a date of 2013. host: tomorrow the president will be in cleveland talking about the economy and its proposals will businesses to invest in capital and infrastructure this year and next year, 100% would be tax deductible. good idea? guest: i don't know. this has been used many times before. it is not seem to have -- the idea of exemptingapital expenditures, that has been attempted, amortization of capital expenditure, those things. i don't know that that has been terribly effective over the years. better than nothing. host: what is your confidence level in the u.s. economy? guest: not very high. let's go to the republican line from texas. caller: 1969 i started a business, 771 employees in 2005. the president and this congress has done everything they can to destroy jobs. section 342 of the document that mandates quotas. section 342 of the dodd-franc forces individuals to have a certain amount of minorities and women on their staffs. you look at the health care bill, what the liberals don't understand is it has fixed my costs, something i cannot do anything about, mandating my costs
health issue on a flight to cleveland. he had been transferred to metro health hospital in cleveland or has been. no word on his condition. we will bring you more information as it becomes available. >>> our other top story, she was disfigured by an acid attack two years ago. today she is ready to face her accused attackers in court. >>> wgn's muriel clair is live at cook county criminal court with that story. >> reporter: good afternoon. acid victim espiranza medina is in the courthouse. she is waiting to be called into the courtroom. she in earlier interviews this week promised she would wear a black dress. a black sleeveless dress and she is wearing one with cut low in the back and cut low in the front. so that her scars are in full display for the two women who allegedly planned the assault on her that caused her to be disfigured for life. espiranza medina is the prosecution's star witness. and they are holding her to last. meantime, as testimony in the case from detectives and assistant states attorneys and others connected with the investigation continues, judge nicholas ford's
jimmy carter is now in the hospital. he had an upset stomach on a flight to cleveland and was taken to a hospital for observation. nbc's justice correspondent pete williams is in the d.c. bureau. pete, what else do we know? >> well, this is a flight to take mr. carter on a book tour. he's going around talking about his brand new book "white house diary", writing about his years in the white house. today he was scheduled to meet with some 300 or 400 people who had been standing in line at a bookstore in the cleveland suburb of lindherst. but he will not be attending that today because during a commercial flight from atlanta to cleveland he became hill. he developed airsickness. we don't know why. we don't know if the flight was unusually turbulent or it was just something related to him. at any event, when the plane arrived he was taken by an balance to the hospital. the carter center says he is resting comfortably and he's expected to continue his book tour this week, which suggests he'll be staying in the hospital for precaution for a while. he is 85 years old. he won't be getting
hospital, which is just a few minutes away from the cleveland airport. we don't know exactly yet what the illness is. but ali, he is there at the hospital right now. >> he's days away from his 86th birthday? >> on friday. he's 85 right now. the 39th president served from 1977 through 1981. >> all right. let's talk about jimmy carter. he's generally thought to be in very good health. he has been traveling around the world. he was in north korea, south korea rescuing somebody who had been in north korea recently. he keeps a very, very busy schedule. >> yes. very active. he is very engaged on the diplomatic front. >> right. >> reporter: whether or not the white house likes it, and sometimes they have not. he also, of course, has been very, very involved in writing, and this latest book "white house diaries" based upon some of the diaries he actually took while he was in the white house. so he's put out many books. this is the latest, and, yes, a very rigorous schedule for somebody who is 85 years old. just about to turn 86. >> all right. at this metro health center a major regional traum
, denver, and new england, the ravens do they had to beat cleveland. -- knew they had to beat cleveland. the offense did not panic. he was running for the ravens defense -- they found themselves at seventh -- down 17-14 early in the fourth quarter. the ravens have concerns about the way he ran the ball yesterday. and the ravens defensible not give up that bombarded every week. -- that started every week. >> we had our backs to the wall. very important game for us. our guys found a way to execute and make plays in the fourth quarter. that is what it -- that is what won it for us. >> much more on the raven's tonight at 7:30. the high-school football season moves into midseason matchups for the next couple of weeks. we want your vote on our game of the week. several good matchups to choose from. you can vote for the game of the week on our website, wbaltv.com. the orioles open their final of the season in tampa. they're doing it without manager. this is -- they suspended him for tonight's game. the umpire had already issued a warning. he has appealed his suspension. former oakland raiders
grover cleveland. except he wasn't brother grover cleveland. his first name was steven. he was born march 18th and one of nine children. he was the son of a presbyterian minister. >> and he changed his name because he thought steven cleveland would be strange. is that what we think? the name would rhyme too much? >> i'm not exactly sure. but the most important thing about mr. cleveland is that he was -- had two terms, which is not unusual, but nonconsecutive. so he actually was the 22nd and the 24th president of the united states. >> wow. he had other firsts. like he was the first president to get married in the white house. and what is special about his bride, which is interesting, because we say this is a very mature man who is president cleveland, but his wife was -- >> she was 21 years old. youngest first lady. he was 49 at the time. and during the second administration, he had a daughter esther and she's the only child to be born in the white house. now other interesting things about grover cleveland is he was actually the sheriff of erie county, new york and he hung two murderers in
speaking in cleveland. he mentioned john maynard, the home state of that individual. >> the republican who thinks he will take over as speaker -- [laughter] that is just his opinion. >> i guess every thriller needs a villain. how much mileage will the president get by painting him as the bad guy? >> john boehner here is not well known nationally. i think they are targeting boehner for one reason. there are trying to frame this debate as a cost more fair debate. if you look at him with his golf excursions, his tan, he can represent the laissez-faire and that democrats are looking to tack on to republicans. they see a package there. i still think it is pretty tough because he is not a national player. >> the same thing happened with the republicans and nancy pelosi. that does not usually work. i have to say, obama has suddenly come alive and is talking like a regular person. when i say there are fish in the sea, i say no. when the sky is blue, i say no. i think people identify with that a bit. >> going after john boehner is pointless. most of all, people have no idea who you are talking abou
of a debate and cannot remember what she is talking about. >> the president will be speaking in cleveland. ohio, of course, is john boehner's home state. the president made him a target, mentioning him eight times. >> the republican who thinks he is going to take over as speaker -- [boo] i am just saying, that is his opinion. >> i guess every thriller needs a villain. >> it will be tough for the white house to elevate john boehner as the face of the republican party. he is not well known nationally. i think they are targeting him for one reason. they are tried to frame this debate as a class warfare debate. when you look at john boehner with his golf excursions, his tan, he can represent the lays a fair that the white house would like to tack onto the republicans -- plays a fair -- laissez-faire the white house would like to talk on to republicans. it will be tough. john boehner is not a national player. >> the republicans have not even been successful in making nancy pelosi a bill and. i do not think that is the kind of thing that usually works. i have to say, obama has suddenly come ali
. >>> former president jimmy carter expected to resume the book tour after spending the night in a cleveland hospital with an upset stomach. the decision to admit him was precautionary and carter who received a call from president obama was fully alert and resting comfortable. they took him off of the plane there in cleveland. may have been a case of motion sickness. >>> still ahead on way too early, the playoff battle tampa bay rays get in the war of words with their own fans. the star player says he's sick and tired of playing in an empty stadium. the rays were one of three teams to clench a postseason spot. and, yes, they did it in a half empty stadium. highlights ahead. >>> the interview sealed and sent by armed courier and sent to washington for future generations to study. lawrence o'donnell examines levi johnston on everything from global warming to evolution to afghanistan. it's so painful, you may have to avert your eyes. that guy, he's mean. check on weather as well when "way too early" comes right back. >>> three, two, one -- go! and liftoff. liftoff -- americans return to space a
. >> kate any reason the president chose cleveland as a setting to lay out an economic plan? >> yes. several reasons. ohio is a battleground state and the home state of house republican leader john boehner, and cleveland specifically is the place where boehner two weeks ago gave a speech on the economy that was highly critical of the obama strategy. >> a strategic move by the president. all right. thank you. that brings us to our water cooler question of the day, do you think the president's plan can speed up an economic recovery? you can email your response to watercooler@wbaltv.com. >> 74 degrees on tv hill at 5:06. coming up, a plane is forced to land after a threatening message is found. >> plus, a sketch is released after suspects in an acid rain -- >> here's a live look at traffic. the beltway at liberty road. more when we come back. >> welcome back. your time is 90's after 5:00. could be another warm afternoon. but another cold front will be coming through this afternoon and we'll have a more autumn-setup tomorrow. the front comes through this morning. kicking up a few light rain show
rolling out new spending and tax cut proposals. in cleveland wednesday he hit hard at republican critics of his economic plan. joel brown has more on the battle shaping up for the midterm election. >> reporter: president obama took his fight with the republicans to cleveland, hoping to convince middle class voters to keep democrats in power this november. >> they would have us borrow $700 billion over the next ten years to give a tax cut of about $100,000 each to folks who are already millionaires. >> reporter: republicans say that's not the case. taxes would go up for many people who make much less. house minority leader john boehner announced their plan wednesday. they want to freeze all tax cuts for two years and cut government spending back to where it was during 2008. the president brushed that aside and called on congress to let tax cuts expire at the end of the year for the nation's wealthiest people but he said they'd stay the same for taxpayers who earn less than $200,000. >> this isn't to punish folks who are better off. god bless them. it's because we can't afford the $700 bil
investigation at the cleveland park metro. that will cause delays on the red line. >> one thing after another. >>> today, we are following the aftermath of the dramatic tour bus crash. one person died today, -- yesterday, but today, we know that those others are doing well. >> a tour bus crashes through a guard rail and tumbles 50 feet down an embankment. >> i was trying to get the kids felt. >> a witness jumped into action to help pull the children from the wreckage. >> i gave my hand to the other people. >> police searched to make sure no one was ejected. witnesses say it appeared the driver, 66-year-old joseph clabaugh slumped over in his seat seconds before the accident. he was killed. >> it was scary. we are glad they are safe and doing well. >> the bus was heading toward pennsylvania after a trip to the national zoo. the accident caused a major traffic tieups and a secondary wreck. investigators are surprised the outcome was not worse. >> the thing that stands out is the fall seems significant. the mechanisms, the physics behind it, i am surprised there were no more serious injuries. >>
has raised a few eyebrows. the clevelands down -- the cleveland browns running back. the only gave up four runs the entire season. they are given up four runs and plenty more yards this season. his quarterback made huge improvements this week. now the coach wants to see his run defense shore up this coming week. >> the running back really has his first opportunity to really shine. he is the guy we will have to contend with. it was a combination of a downhill that got as -- we did not it -- we did not fit in one twice like we wanted to. we played the defense. we believed in our players. >> rice entered his knee in the fourth quarter of yesterday's went against the browns. he had a deep bruise on his right knee. the ravens to dunno if he can play this sunday in pittsburgh. that decision will not, until much later in the week. he will expand his profile around the country. it has signed him to endorse. much more on the raven's tonight at midnight. you will find that on comcast channel 208. tonight, and generations of football fans remember a man ignored time. former raiders quarterback d
and now they look o et back in the win column when cleveland here is jeff barnn and jennifer gilbert with the "late edition". >> the first of the deffndants in a murder-for-hire plot goes to trial. the role he is accused of pllying and what the jury decided. >> ssooting in the hallway on >> barricaded during the johns hoppins shooting. %-911, seconds after gun fire erupted. >> new groups getting big bucks from the government. what they are calling engineerrng geneticalll engineered salmon. gilbert. ú% and i am jeff barnd. first of six people chargeddin the murdfor hire plot invooving a gas stationnowner is foundú guilty. -> they are live at the hees gas station wheee his wifeelured him to the death with the help of >> we are standing at the hess %-convicted coyle todayyd, jury he is the man that found the guuman to do the killing. coyle was found guilty of first-deeree murder and conspiracy to commit ffrst-degree murder in the march shooting death of william porter. our juuy took less than two hours to convicted coyle today. the jury got it wrong.elievesú he said the clien
on a flight from atlanta to cleveland. spend the night for observation. cleveland to promote his new book. plans to resume the book tour tomorrow. with the stop in d.c. family members say carter is resting, and doing fine. >> severe weather around the country this week. >> on the westcoast, a massive heat wave scorching southern california. mercury climbing to a record bbeaking 113 ddgrees. in downtown los angeles. the hottest temperature recorded since 1877. >> in the state of wisconsin, it is indeed drenched and water log. residents watching a 100 20-year-old levee that is beginning to spring some leaks. and cculd breakdown entirely. ey evacuation orders handed out in the town of portage for hundreds of nearby homes. >> and a ea of floating cars, quickly turn into a see of flashing lights. as highway 17 in north carolina was ssut down because of the relentllss rain storms. the standing water and falliig rrin, is something that didn't sit well with drivers trying to get home during rush hour. >> and we have severe weather headed this way. come tomorrow night. >> how bad will it get? chi
allowed in the lass 11 quarters, cleveland, trailing 14-10 at the half. 3rd quurter, deep and brown's territory, finds a hole and runs like a mad man. and forces him to the side lin e %-46 yyrds on the run and 15 yas on penalty, a game of 61 on the pen. then it's the wild cat, josh takes a run around the and picks up 19 yards. down inside the yard setting up seneca wallace, play action from 1. locks it for ben watson, gets pushed across the goal line. cleveland takks the lead and 17-14. later in he 4th ttings getú physical. todd heap calls for theefalse start but he gets into a pushinú match with heap but theecallary is coming in the form of michae3 oher. who takes a swing aa smith and he gets flagged nothing for smith. now 3rd is 13, flacco to heat just enough for tte 3rd rrund. thh ravens dig out of the a huge hole. and anquannboldin bringssin his 3rd touch down of the game, ú% caught 8 passes foo 142 yards. flacco comes back from throwing four picks at the beaningless bd three touchdowns. the raven win their first home ú% the year, 24-7. bruce had this report from m ann t ba
of ideas in a speech from cleveland, but not a big new stimulus plan like last year's. in washington, julie cuts, fox news. >>> tropical storm earl spared the northeast, but right now whipping through the canadian maritime provinces. the eastern canadian coast is bracing for earl'spt miles per hour winds. a hurricane watch, however, is still in effect for part of nova scotia and tropical storm warnings has been posted for prince edward island and new brunswick. hard to believe we're talking about the labor day weekend and summer is winding down. let's check in with our meteorologist mark tamayo and really tent t-wasn't much i of a summer day. >> at least if you want the warmer temperatures you might like the labor day forecast, but beyond that point, there are big changes. right now on the map, a quick update on what is now tropical storm earl. there is the center of circlation with winds around 65 miles per hour. pack here did in the bay area, we have the fog hugging part of the coastline, at least the southern hatch half of the coastline. a look outside, we can show you the fog bank. our
and this weekend. andrea mitchell, thanks. >>> president obama was in cleveland today talking about the u.s. economy, jobs, taxes and pushing a new set of programs aimed at jump starting growth. even as he acknowledged things have not gone as smoothly as he and his economic team had hoped. >> i am keenly aware that not all of our policies have been popular. so, no, our job is not easy. but you didn't elect me to do what was easy. [ applause ] >> you didn't elect me to just read the polls and figure how to keep myself in office. you didn't elect me to avoid big problems. you elected me to do what was right. >> the speech was as much about politics as it was policy. even the choice of where it took place. our white house correspondent savannah guthrie also visiting the home office here in new york tonight. savannah, it was interesting. he's back to campaign kind of cadence and mentioning john boehner a lot in the house of representatives. >> right, john boehner who, of course, is the house republican leader and the man many think will become speaker of the house were the republicans to get
a new plan for the next two years. speaking in cleveland, obama push for $200 million in combined tax cuts for businesses, as well as highlighting $50 billion infrastructure programs. he said the u.s. cannot afford to extend bush-era tax cuts for the rich. his latest measures are intended to spur the economy. a modest recovery and high unemployment are causing concern for democrats facing a midterm election in november. >> a short while ago i spoke with our washington correspondent. i asked if president obama's latest measures add up to serious economic policy, or if he is just campaigning for the election. >> there was definitely a lot of campaigning. for obama, it was important to show "i have understood that the most important topic for the average american is not the middle east peace talks, is not pulling out of iraq, but is the economy and unemployment." many americans felt he did not take that topic too seriously, or not seriously enough. today in cleveland, he had to show "i have understood the message. even if the measures i have proposed will not do anything before the elect
years. speaking in cleveland, obama push for $200 million in combined tax cuts for businesses, as well as highlighting $50 billion infrastructure programs. he said the u.s. cannot afford to extend bush-era tax cuts for the rich. his latest measures are intended to spur the economy. a modest recovery and high employment are causing ccern for mocrs facing a midterm election in november. >> a short while ago i spoke with our washington correspondent. i asked if president obama's latest measures add up to serious economic policy, or if he is just campaigning for the election. >> there was definitely a lot of campaigning. for obama, it was important to show "i have understood that the most important topic for the average american is not the middle east peace talks, is not pulling out of iraq, but is the economy and unemploynt." many americans felt he did not take that topic too seriously, or not seriously enough. today in cleveland, he had to show "i have understood the message. even if the measures i have proposed will not do anything before the election, i know this is the most important
off a flight in cleveland and rushed to the hospital. he has been traveling it to promote his enthusiasm book and became ill on his way to an early afternoon book signing in cleveland. a hospital spokewoman says the problem was be a upset stomach. he is expected to resume his book tour later this week. >>> oakland police are searching for the gunman who opened fire at a home wounding a 6-year-old girl. she was hit boy a bullet while sleeping in bed. it happened around 2:00 a.m. at her house on seminary avenue on east 16th street. this is not the first time this house has been targeted by gunmen. >> four members of the ramirez family were asleep in the back room when the shooting started. >> i was sleeping and then i just heard a lot of guns shooting. >> karen ramirez checked on her year-old son. he was ok. then she went to check on her family. >> i heard my mom screaming and then i went to her room and i seen my little sister. >> leslie ramirez was hit in the arm. the bullet traveled to her chest. she may have to have surgery today to remove the slug. the injury even moved the
. the 85-year-old carter was a passenger on a commercial flight to cleveland this morning when he became ill. a spokesperson says the arriving flight was met by an ambulance and president carter was taken to cleveland metro health hospital at 8:30 this morning. the 39th president was arriving to ohio to sign copies of his new book. mr. carter is resting comfortably and expected to continue his book tour later this week. >> our other top story now, it is another scorcher around the bay area today and we could see more record temperatures. this is video from san francisco's chrissy field this morning where people and animals are out enjoying the outdoors. energy officials are asking us though to conserve power for another day. >> san jose's park is closed today because of extreme fire danger. today is a fourth spare the air day. meteorologist mike nicco joins us with more on our triple digit temperatures. hey, mike. >> hey, how are you today? hopefully staying cool. just how hot it's going to be around the bay. a lot like yesterday. look at all the triple digits. you may be wondering what
to cleveland this morning when he became ill. a spokesperson says the arriving flight was met by an ambulance and president carter was taken to cleveland metro health hospital at 8:30 this morning. the 39th president was arriving to ohio to sign copies of his new book. mr. carter is resting comfortably and expected to continue his book tour later this week. >> our other top story now, it is another scorcher around the bay area today and we could see more record temperatures. this is video from san francisco's chrissy field this morning where people and animals are out enjoying the outdoors. energy officials are asking us though to conserve power for another day. >> san jose's park is closed today because of extreme fire danger. today is a fourth spare the air day. meteorologist mike nicco joins us with more on our triple digit temperatures. hey, mike. >> hey, how are you today? hopefully staying cool. just how hot it's going to be around the bay. a lot like yesterday. look at all the triple digits. you may be wondering what the asterisk is for, that's where i think we could tie or set the rec
, beep. looks like its bumper to bumper on the interstate. i gotta get to cleveland! should have skipped that second soda. remove your belt, your watch, your shoes. i wonder what gas costs today. seven dollars for a pillow! an extra bag costs what? i hate traffic! (train child) the train is now arriving. (announcer) the train has arrived indeed. amtrack. enjoy the journey. >>> san francisco police are trying to track down a rape suspect tonight. this is his picture, damir shalako, a white male, 25 years old, 5'8", 170 pounds, black hair and brown eyes with dist inkive tattoos on his face and grandmother. when the grandmother heard scream, she went to investigate and reportedly saw her grandson attack the victim. police say the victim was beaten and raped and shalako stole $1,000. >> i want this man thrown back in jail immediately. he does have some distinctive tattoo. he's a predator that needs to go back to prison. >> it happened in the housing development noon time today. the suspect is a parolee and considered dangerous. he may be using public transportation to get around. >>> a 6-yea
this week. mr. obama will visit cleveland and milwaukee. aides confirm the president will propose a permanent extension of a popular tax credit. the break for research done in the u.s. >>> also under consideration by the obama white house is an extension of hiring incentives and a payroll tax holiday. >> my reaction is that we always like to see a death-bed conversions. but the fact is if we would have done this kind of thing nearly a couple of years ago we would be in a lot better shape. >> not a death-bed conversion. a series of tax cuts for businesses. butin looking at the pace of the recovery thank shrinking or growing. >> aides say mr. obama will ask congress to close corporate tax breaks for multinational corporations, oil and gas companies. thousands of voters are taking advantage of the labour day weekend to take care of some early voting. city officials opened up four new early voting locations saturday in washington, d.c. and they said more than 3300 voters showed up to cast their ballots. people are getting out and doing it. the centers were closed today but re-opened f
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